Security Services - Penetration Testing | Architectural Risk Assessment | Virtual CISO.
Exposing vulnerabilities in your products and infrastructure

Penetration Testing

The purpose of pen testing is to find vulnerabilities in your software systems and infrastructure. Our highly skilled team of ethical hackers will validate your application and list all vulnerabilities it contains. We will prioritize the findings depending on their severity, attack complexity, impact, etc. While the primary goal of a pen test is to find potential breaches in your system we will also assist your development team in both fixing the existing issues and finding similar issues on their own. We will provide our recommendations in terms of security tooling the development team can use in order to improve their security posture.

Enumerate, prioritize and mitigate the risks

Architectural Risk Assessment

The architectural risk assessment elicits and analyzes the specific risks applicable to your software project (and even your organization). Threat modeling is one of the cornerstones of security-by-design and it highlights concerns about security and privacy characteristics. It provides an answer to the question “Is my software system secure?”. As opposed to pen testing the purpose of this assessment is to recognize what could go wrong in the system as early as possible. We collaborate closely with your development team and look into what could possibly go wrong in the system and will be done about it.

Continuously measure and improve your organization’s security posture

Virtual CISO

For most companies, it is not feasible to keep a highly experienced security expert on the payroll. Our virtual CISO solves this challenge. Together with your team we will establish your organization’s needs and risk tolerance and devise a roadmap to improve your organization’s security posture. We will aid you in evaluating your organization’s existing software security practices;  building a balanced software security assurance program; demonstrating concrete improvements, and defining and measuring security-related activities throughout your organization.

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